## Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Rotational Symmetry - Section 2: Skill Building/Exploration

As I reflect back on the planning of this lesson, I am pleased overall with how the lesson was planned.  There is one aspect that I would change before I teach the lesson the next time.  I would either put dots at the top of each figure in order for the students to remember the original position, or I would give the students an extra copy of the handout so that they will have it available at their desks.  I realized that this was needed during this lesson, that is why I displayed the shapes on the Smartboard.  It would have been more convenient with the dots or having another copy available to the students.

Making Adjustments to the Next Lesson

# Rotational Symmetry

Unit 4: Geometry
Lesson 9 of 10

## Big Idea: By turning a shape to different measurements, the students can determine if a shape has rotational symmetry.

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### Rose Monroe

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